Before uploading an image into My Artisan Web, you need to know its file size and dimensions. If your image file does not yet meet My Artisan Web's image size standards, you'll need to edit your image first. If you need help in editing the image to meet these standards, please see our Image Manipulation Tutorial (coming soon.)
The remainder of this tutorial assumes that you are using a Windows operating system on your computer. If you don't know how to "right click" using the Apple/Mac operating system, read this Mac tutorial on right-clicking.
To know the file size and dimensions of an image file, right click on the image file and choose "Properties," which will open another window that gives you this information about the image file. You might also see this information about the image if you place the cursor over the image file and hover over it for a second.
To get file size and dimension information about multiple image files at once, view the files in a directory/folder that has "Details" displayed. Place all your image files in a folder/directory and then open that folder/directory. Choose "View" and then "Details" from the menu bar at the top of the open window. You should see all your image files displayed in a list with important information about each file to the right of the file name.